We are eagerly planning in-person sessions for all ages this summer! Youth Theatre will look a little different, but the spirit of what we all do together will be the same. We are excited to be back on campus with protocols in place to keep everyone safe. Please note that we will have much smaller enrollment caps and safety measures, like mask-wearing and social distancing, will be in place in order to comply with COVID-19 regulations.
1ST - 3RD GRADE
Our two-week camps provide an imaginative outlet for this energetic age. Students develop foundational acting skills by rehearsing a story dramatization throughout the week while rotating through drama, dance, music, and art classes. The final days of camp finish with a recorded sharing of stories and songs for family and friends.
4TH - 8TH GRADE
Acting & Musical Theatre
This two-week camp provides an unrivaled theatre experience. A short audition on the first day places students in appropriate roles. Musical camps rotate through music, acting, and dance activities daily. Acting camps rotate through acting, movement, and elective activities daily. The final day of camp concludes with a recorded performance for family and friends.
About the Sessions
The following are the most up-to-date health & safety policies for our summer program ahead. All recommendations are based upon the guidelines from the University of Utah and developed further through discussions with peer theatre camp providers across the United States. This list is not comprehensive, and may be adjusted at any time based on new recommendations from the University, the CDC, and the State of Utah.
More information will be included in upcoming program communications, but for advance planning purposes, we offer the following information at this time. Youth Theatre will be providing one plastic bin with a lid for each student to use during the day. This bin will be collected, sanitized, and ready for use again on the next camp date. This bin will be large enough to carry the following items:
- Lunch/Snacks – To reduce risk of virus exposure, please bring all food needed for the entire day.
- A mask – for your student’s own personal use
- A refillable, re-sealable water bottle
- The script (once it has been distributed)
- Sunglasses or a sun hat (for outdoor time)
- Students can bring their cellphones for communicating with parents/caregivers.
- Your student will not be permitted to use this phone unless there is an emergency or they need to communicate with someone about a transportation concern.
Please Label Everything. Items left behind that are not labeled may be disposed of as part of the cleaning/sanitizing process.
Please do not bring items that are not listed above. More information about clothing guidelines and other considerations (sunscreen, medications, etc) will be sent before the program begins.